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World Horse Welfare centre at Snetterton seeks patient rehomer for nervous Willow

10:25 14 June 2012

Willow would make a very rewarding project for a kind, patient rehomer who enjoys forming a bond with nervous horses and bringing out the best in them.

Willow would make a very rewarding project for a kind, patient rehomer who enjoys forming a bond with nervous horses and bringing out the best in them.

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Willow is our horse of the week who is being cared for at our Hall Farm Rescue and Rehoming Centre in Snetterton.

She is a 12 year-old 14.0hh chestnut Welsh Cob who came into our farm in 2001. She had been left alone to fend for herself and was in a field full of ragwort. She was extremely nervous and we are therefore looking for a special home for her.

She would be rehomed as a companion and would make a very rewarding project for a kind, patient rehomer who enjoys forming a bond with nervous horses and bringing out the best in them. She is an intelligent pony and once you have gained her trust she is a loyal mare who will be your best friend! Willow will make a lovely companion for a friendly, settled horse who is confident and happy to lead the way.

If you are interested in rehoming Willow as a companion or you would like to know more about our other fantastic horses ready to be rehomed please visit www.worldhorsewelfare.org/rehoming, you can call Hall Farm on 01953 499100 or come and chat to staff at Hall Farm any Wednesday, weekend or Bank Holiday between 10am and 4pm.

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